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Helping through hip hop

Last updated: 29 April, 2020

We’re using technology to keep our arms around our extended family of over 350 young and vulnerable people across Plymouth and beyond. We provide daily, and often hourly, essential support, and daily hip hop classes from our own living room.

We’re here to support anyone to be the best version of themselves. To grow and discover themselves. It’s all about the 5th pillar of hip hop: knowledge of self. 

Dance, DJ’ing, graffiti and rap are the pillars that everyone knows and tunes into. Our work in this part of hip hop is vital to us. I’m buzzing that we’ve still been able to connect and continue everyone’s path.  

This could be a negative time and we’re determined to keep happy, connected and keep communicating.  

So far we’ve got people logging in from all over the city, and all over the world, to take part in our free sessions. We’ll keep on running these and helping everyone stay happy, while they stay safe. 

Toby G MBEStreet Factory Community Interest Company

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